AKHP Public Lecture, Bishkek: Different Journalism in Kali Yuga Era

Date: 28 May 2019
Other languages: Русский язык |
May 28th 2019, 3:00 pm
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

The University of Central Asia’s (UCA) Aga Khan Humanities Project (AKHP) is pleased to announce its public lecture series in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, organised in partnership with the I. Arabaev Kyrgyz State University. This series is designed specifically as professional development for Arabaev Kyrgyz State University faculty and is open to university scholars, researchers and students. It promotes inter-disciplinary discourse between intellectuals, academics and students in the disciplines of humanities and the sciences.
Jamby Djusubalieva
Pro-Rector for Academic Issues, Performances and International relations 
K. Moldobasanov Kyrgyz National Conservatory 

The lecturer will encourage us to think about pending issues and complex challenges that the current age puts forward in contemporary journalism. The politicization of media and manipulation of mass communication have cast doubts on its very foundation – freedom of speech and ethics code of journalists. The growing disparity between traditional and social media and the normalization of “fake news” puts journalists and the thinking public in a difficult situation. There are no universal solutions, and each journalist has to make his or her own choice. The lecture is aimed at representatives from the media and the general public.
Jamby Djusubalieva is the Pro-Rector for Academic Issues, Performances and International Relations at K. Moldobasanov Kyrgyz National Conservatory. She is also a reporter accredited in the United Nations in Geneva, member of the United Nations Correspondents Association and the Association of Foreign Press in Switzerland, and hosts the “Comments” show on the National TV channel. Previously, she was Editor-in-Chief of “Meerim” Review-Magazine.

Ms. Djusubalieva received an international education, and graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University, followed by two years at Jussieu University (France), where she obtained a degree in Japanese language and culture. Ms. Djusubalieva also graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Sorbonne University (France), and earned her master’s degree at the National University of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (Paris, France).

Dr. Khadicha Shambetalieva
Doctoral candidate, J. Balasagyn Kyrgyz National University
Regional Trainer, Aga Khan Humanities Project, University of Central Asia 

The presentation will be conducted in Russian.

I. Arabaev Kyrgyz State University 
43 Razakov Street
Main Building, 2nd floor conference hall  
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Please confirm your participation with your name and affiliation by sending an e-mail to: khadichamamatbek@gmail.com

Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees. 
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